SCons / src / engine / SCons / Tool / gs.xml

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>

This file is processed by the bin/ module.
See its __doc__ string for a discussion of the format.

<!DOCTYPE sconsdoc [
<!ENTITY % scons SYSTEM '../../../../doc/scons.mod'>
<!ENTITY % builders-mod SYSTEM '../../../../doc/generated/builders.mod'>
<!ENTITY % functions-mod SYSTEM '../../../../doc/generated/functions.mod'>
<!ENTITY % tools-mod SYSTEM '../../../../doc/generated/tools.mod'>
<!ENTITY % variables-mod SYSTEM '../../../../doc/generated/variables.mod'>

<sconsdoc xmlns=""
          xsi:schemaLocation=" scons.xsd">

<tool name="gs">
This Tool sets the required construction variables for working with
the Ghostscript command. It also registers an appropriate Action
with the PDF Builder (&b-link-PDF;), such that the conversion from
PS/EPS to PDF happens automatically for the TeX/LaTeX toolchain.
Finally, it adds an explicit Ghostscript Builder (&b-link-Gs;) to the

<cvar name="GS">
The Ghostscript program used, e.g. to convert PostScript to PDF files.

<cvar name="GSCOM">
The full Ghostscript command line used for the conversion process. Its default
value is <quote><literal>$GS $GSFLAGS -sOutputFile=$TARGET $SOURCES</literal></quote>.

<cvar name="GSCOMSTR">
The string displayed when
Ghostscript is called for the conversion process.
If this is not set (the default), then &cv-link-GSCOM; (the command line) is displayed.

<cvar name="GSFLAGS">
General options passed to the Ghostscript program,
when converting PostScript to PDF files for example. Its default value
is <quote><literal>-dNOPAUSE -dBATCH -sDEVICE=pdfwrite</literal></quote>

<builder name="Gs">
A Builder for explicitly calling the <literal>gs</literal> executable.
Depending on the underlying OS, the different names <literal>gs</literal>,
<literal>gsos2</literal> and <literal>gswin32c</literal>
are tried.
<example_commands>env = Environment(tools=['gs'])
       GSFLAGS='-dNOPAUSE -dBATCH -sDEVICE=jpeg -dFirstPage=1 -dLastPage=1 -q') 

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